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María R. Carreras presents a paper in the International Conference on Animal Ethics and Gender

María R. Carreras presents a paper in the International Conference on Animal Ethics and Gender

CritiCC's member María R. Carreras presented a paper in the International Conference on Animal Ethics and Gender: New educational and ethico-political proposals (Congreso Internacional Ética animal y género: Nuevas propuestas ético-políticas y educativas) celebrated in the University of Valladolid last May, 9th and 10th.

In was the first edition of the conference, and it counted with key scholars in the ecofeminist field, as Alicia Puleo García. The conference was organized by Angélica Velasco Sesma.

Maria R. Carreras presented a paper titled Genealogías de la liberación: primeras semillas de la interrelación entre antiespecismos y feminismos. Árbol genealógico de autoras pioneras en relacionar liberación animal y de las mujeres (Liberation genealogies: first seeds of the interrelation between anti-speciesisms and feminisms. Genealogical tree of pioneer authors relating animal and women liberation). Her main goal was to make visible the contribution of non-men people to the animal liberation ideas, in a movement where the majority of activists and authors are not men but they are the ones who monopolize the space and representation, while non-men identities ocasionally move away from activism over the years (leaky pipeline phenomena). During her lecture, Carreras presented two leading and invisibilized figures, as a sample of the compilation in-process under this project: Sally Srighley y Brigid Brophy.

 

13.05.2019

 

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